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Jan 8, 2013 9:00pm PST
operate at all? >> this is not going to affect our ministry in russia, i don't think, at all. but, you know, what we are doing now, pushing harder the issue of mobilizing national christian families to adopt their own children. and unfortunately, the number of orphans in those institutions is not decreasing. it is growing. and it shows clearly that there are some moral issues within the family, society, etc. and that's what we're trying to do through our program. it is called "a home for every orphan." to train, to mobilize national christian families to adopt orphans within the country. and i don't think that this law will affect this work at all, to understand that there are so many children in those institutions that they need somebody's love. and so the christian families will make a decision, overcoming the sigm stigma that is there in the orphan society against orphans, and will reach out to the orphan community and adopt all of those who need family, and who need to have a chance in life, and to be raised in a situation of hope and prosperity. >> george: there is great concern f
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